Science Teacher, Grandville Calvin Christian High School, Grandville, Michigan
"There has always been a dearth of materials for Christian school science teachers that connects mainstream science and Christianity. BioLogos INTEGRATE fills that void with quality resources that are accessible and relevant for today's high school students. This curriculum meets the needs of students who want to hold to their faith while pursuing cutting-edge science."
Science Teacher, Grand Rapids Christian High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan
"Christian educators have a unique opportunity to help students make connections between their faith and what they are learning. At times, that can seem daunting, especially in biology class. BioLogos INTEGRATE is a great resource that makes my job easier."
Chemistry Professor, Seattle Pacific University, and Homeschool Parent
BioLogos INTEGRATE is flexible enough to be adapted to pretty much any regular teaching context: in-class, after-school, and homeschool. We used it as a stand-alone homeschool module and it opened up important discussions with my teenagers that we may not have had otherwise. INTEGRATE stands out from other homeschool science curricula in two ways:
1.) It puts people first, introducing you to scientists and scholars who ask big questions from a standpoint of deep faith; and
2.) It allows you to explore the questions in a conversation with scientists, not as debate that someone must win.
BioLogos INTEGRATE is not a rival to other homeschool curricula or to biology textbooks, but a companion to each. It helped my teenagers both explore science in the context of faith, and discuss faith in the context of science.
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Assistant Superintendent, Valley Christian Schools, Youngstown, Ohio
"The time has come for Christian schools to teach biology from a scientifically credible and distinctively Christian perspective. We must encourage students to run toward science, not away from it. BioLogos INTEGRATE uniquely addresses a long-neglected curricular need for Christian schools who are serious about preparing their graduates for critical and constructive engagement in science for college, career, and beyond."